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not over. this as you pointed out. isis can't be routed. this was his words. >> what's going on here, are the officials making up the policie policies ary deliberately? >> i think the irony is is the president is winding down the longest war in american history, in afghanistan, the result of american forces routing al quaida, and the taliban, who are ensconessed in. they will pursue terrorists in matter where they are, and of course that raid ultimately unsuccessful. put the question of going inside, a very far reach, right now, obviously with the on going civil war. >> remarkable day in american aid worker with the rett are rick are that came out about the islamic state, thank you. pent gone also offered new details on the secret mission to try to rescue james foley and other american hostages. he was beheaded this week by the group. today chuck hagel called the attempt flawless. there was only one problem, the hostages were not there. paul joins us now with more. >> well, that's right. t white house never intended to disclose this operation, but sided to go public last night becaus
are usually , and just keeping us stimulated along the tracks we were on before i fell. isis tricky because planning done several years in advance. me how ieople asked chose these three opportunities and it was really like that. it was one by one, the ones i was supposed to conduct i didn't because i wasn't ready for conducting yet. when we projected that we thought it would work, then the best choice in the best layout for me were these three pieces. that is rather how we're doing it. >> are they among your favorite? >> oh, always. i never agree to conduct something that i'm not so close to that i can say with my favor while it was going on. there is so much great music, there's no need to conduct something you don't feel the deepest affinity for. >> to find new things? >> always. >> really? you, aret might be for you finding new composers? and -- i do one thing which is a little different from some of my colleagues. a lot of my colleagues are in situations where the quantity of new music they can do is greater ahead of athey are symphony orchestra, the turnover is one new program every we
tonight. randi kaye has the bulletin. >> the isis group demanded $132 million in ransom for his release. that's according to the outlet where foely worked. they didn't take it seriously because it was so excessive. >>> the gao said the prisoner swap the that freed bowe bergdahl in may was illegal because the pentagon did not give congress at least 30 days notice. lawmakers asked for the ruling which was released today. >>> dr. kent brantly is now an ebola survivor. today he left the atlanta hospital where he was treated after contracting the virus in liberia. he and another american nancy writebol fell ill. wrig she was discharged tuesday with a clean bill of health. >> incredible. so happy for their families. >>> in the second hour, more of my in depth interview with michael brown's parents, how they are remembering their son and how they feel about what is happening here on the streets of ferguson. >> this is not helping, it's not helping our boy. it's doing nothing but, you know, causing more pain plus it's shaming his name. i just need them, if they are not for the cause, they need
♪ ♪ >> all eyes are on isis and the taliban is making a comeback. welcome, i am david asman in for neil cavuto. and on top of more terror threat popping up as u.s. troops are pulling out. taliban fighters are all in. taking over government and killing law enforcement workers. at the same time we are hearing that isis has over 50,000 fighters in syria and is recruiting more by the day. lieutenant bill callan, good to see you. the president talked yesterday about building a coalition against isis. is there any evidence that he has done any work in doing that he meant. >> a great question. there is no evidence whatsoever. it's not only our middle eastern allies, but it's also all of europe and there are plenty of people here are threatened by isis and plenty of people that are carrying passports from these various countries that are threatened and yet the president is on the golf course. he hasn't done one thing to try to start building a coalition of countries. >> some. david: sometimes they have various fraternities that go beyond this. the intel agencies working together aga
foley, who was beheaded by isis, the pope consoled the parents for their loss. thanks for being with us, we'll see you tomorrow night at 7:00 p.m. >>> the o'reilly factor is on tonight. >> enough of what, al? enough of what? al sharpton has the nerve to insult the american police community. >> the factor calls out the race hustlerslike al sharpton for trying to capitalize on the death of michael browne. >> why is that acceptable? >> this attorney general and this department of justice stands with the people of ferguson. >> his role in the michael browning case could be threatening the integrity of the multiple investigation into the shooting. dana pirino will give her analysis. >> we will do what we must do to protect our people. we will be vigilant and we will be relentlessless. >> the obama administration reveals a failed operation to rescue captured americans in syr syria. are leaks like this jeopardy diesing future -- >> caution, i got a man curry, the factor begins right now. >> i'm greg gutfeld in for bill o'reilly. take a listen to some of what bill had to say. >> in 2012, the la
kind after four decades. abc 7 news at >>> the terrorist group isis. follows president obama's promise to be relentless to the militant who is invaded iraq and beheaded an american journalist. the cia failed to see the threat from isis. >> the first thing that we have to evaluate is why our intelligence on the ground. why the cia was not well positioned to recognize how swift they could move into iraq and take over the northern part of the country. i think they were underestimated in terms of their capability, their training and the money they had acquired. >> she says it iraqi army has to step up and u.s. officials say isis may have a 17,000 men army and enough weapons for a 200,000 man army. >>> appeal a court ruling about the death penalty. california's death penalty took too long and was difficult to impose. more than 900 people have been sentenced to death in california. only 13 have been executed. harris says it court's decision is flawed and undermines protection for defendants. the state stopped execution in 2006 after a similar ruling by a judge in san jose. >>> a bill to requ
. the failed rescue attempt to save an american hostage before he was executed by isis. >>> and tonight, a man held captive with james foley now speaks out. >>> the survivor. the american doctor we watched come home and enter the hospit who was once near death from ebola, today he walked out of quarantine. tonight we hear his story for the first time. >>> vanishing. an icon for the american west. the fears for its continued survival as a favorite vacation spot is disappearing before our very eyes. >>> and for love of the game. the team giving chicago's south side a big reason to cheer tonight. "nightly news" begins now.
trying to rescue four american hostages. they believe that isis militants were holding those hostages at an oil refinery. but when they got there, the hostages were not there. >> isil is a sophisticated and well funded -- as any group that we have seen -- they're beyond just a terrorist group. >> isis posted a video tuesday of foley's beheading and threatened to kill another journalist. counter-terrorism experts say isis is using kidnappings to finance its operations. >>> unpack electronics, take off jewelry or that alarm goes off. what happens when items get left behind in the airport security line? >> plus, a police chase across the city and a stolen car. the search for the suspects. >> 80 degrees and sunshine for a party. it is a downtown street party in beautiful hayward. thousands of people will come out tonight. i'll have your forecast for here and the entire bay area right on through the weekend coming up. >> san francisco giants and chicago cubs take the field to finish what they started. why they are getting a second chance at a game that started two days ago. ,,,,,, the busy
in the week. >> pam: the u-s military says, another round of airstrikes has delivered a blow to isis targets in iraq. the islamic extremist group is taking credit for the beheading of american journalist james foley. polo sandoval has the latest from washington. >> reporter:the pentagon announced the latest round of airstrikes hit several isis targets near mosul dam. the region in northern iraq has been the focus of u-s central command forces since airstrikes started august 8th. >> reporter:while kurdish forces regained control of the dam, islamic extremist group isis will target the facility and damage it. >> reporter:both the u-s defense and state departments continue working to support iraqi security forces. >>: "we are very focused on going after isil strategically when it impacts the goals the president laid out in iraq. we are engaged very heavily right now in flighting them and helping the to build the capability of iraqis to do that." >> reporter:fueling international outrage, the beheading of american james foley at the hands of isis. >> reporter:global post, the news agency the fre
are learning more about the demands of isis before they beheaded american photojournalist james wright foley. isis demanded $132 million for james wright foley before he was killed according to several u.s. sources. two journalist whose were held with james wright foley were freed after france paid $18 million ransom. the obama administration says despite james wright foley's death the u.s. will not reconsider its refusal to pay ransom to terrorists. >> we have had this policy for a very long time. it is in place to protect our citizens and not provide terrorists with the funding they need. >> it is not clear whether another american journalist is still alive. isis threatened to kill him if the united states didn't stop air strikes in iraq. >>> man from central california is the latest person to contract west nile virus and become ill. the 20-year-old thinks he got it from a mosquito bite while fishing on the river. he went to the hospital three times before doctors figured out he had west nile virus. by then he was so sick he was in the hospital for 9 days. and he also says she lucky to --
execution of american photojournalist james wright foley, defense secretary chuck hagel warned isis is well equipped and well trained. >>> isil is a sophisticated and well funded as any group that we have seen. they're beyond just a terrorist group. they marry ideology, sophistication of strategic and tactical military prowess. they are tremendously well funded. all this is beyond anything that we've seen, so we must prepare for everything, and the only way you do that is you take a cold, steely hard look at it and get ready. >> and as the u.s. continue to attack isis positions in iraq with air strikes, a chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, general martin dempsey, refused to say if the united states is presently at war with isis. >> isn't the u.s. already at war with isis? >> are you looking at me? do i -- >> you're the general. >> do i look like a guy that would answer that question in front of the -- the declaration of war is a policy decision, not a military decision. >> attorney general eric holder announced today the department of justice has opened a criminal investigation into fol
are facing isis fighters with fresh determination. come easy.l not the front line is hardening. kurdishmeet the their enemyo fought to a standstill. theeters over the bridge, black flag of the islamic state and everything it stands for. howstaggering thing is close the front lines are. we've clearly seen movement just on the other side but the fighters here say they're determined to protect their protect their homes. several attacks have been repelled and their commander says troops are ready to give lives butd and their they need help. >> we are asking the international community and european countries for weapons. our enemy has sophisticated weapons. but we needd better. in kirkuk, there is no panic. people haveinating their -- whoh in their fighting men defend the city. the governor told me he's confident the islamic state will be defeated. >> it's a dangerous enemy. of iraq only the enemy syria, it's the enemy that world.anywhere in this >> it may be a global issue but if -- for now, the future of the islamic state will be determined the battle lines of syria and iraq. battlemore on the
departments around the nation are using weapons meant for the battlefield. and the ransom isis demanded for the release of james foley. the man who communicated with his captors joins us tonight. let's go "outfront." good evening, everyone. i'm erin burnett. "outfront" tonight the breaking news. we have new information about officer darren wilson's injuries the day he shot and killed mike brown. a source with detailed knowledge of the investigation tells cnn that darren wilson had a, quote, swollen face and that he went to the hospital to be treated for that injury. x-rays were taken. but -- and this is crucial -- the source tells cnn that darren wilson did not have a fractured eye socket. that contradicts reports from other news organizations. so will a swollen face save darren wilson from indictment? we have a full report on this as well as that crucial kill shot to mike brown's head. but first we go to the ground in ferguson and our stephanie elam. a group starting to gather at the location where michael brown was shot and killed. what is the mood tonight? >> right. if you look out h
jihadist showcase their weapons and isis threatens the lives of more american hostages, top line officer said they will bring foley's killers to account. >> justice department has an open criminal investigation. >> reporter: fbi director said that bureau opened a file on foley when he was kidnapped two years ago, and the murder changed focus. >> i am very sorry to say these savages turned it to a homicide investigation, we'll stay on it. to bring justice to the foley family. >> reporter: and strong hints that use of lethal force was in play. >> those who perpetrate such act need to understand, we will not forget what happened, people will be held account an. >> reporter: welying on a law enforcement model to pros prosecute terrorists is the same strategy that holder -- on the embassy attack. as whether state department had assurances that federal investore gators all be allowed to syria, a spokeswoman offered ed no specifics. >> there will be a criminal investigation, as there always is when there is an american death overseas, and also ongoing intelligence community focus on this. to de
. the secretary of defense is warning, warning every single american about isis. >> isil is as sophisticated and well funded as any group that we have seen. they're beyond just a terrorist group. they marry ideology, a sophistication of strategic and tactical military prowess. they are tremendously well funded. oh, this is beyond anything that we have seen. so we must prepare for everything. >> he says we must prepare for everything, you can hear it in his voice, the pentagon is in a crisis mode. meanwhile, across the potomac river, the lights are out at the white house. no one is home. president obama still on vacation. and today, he was back on the golf course, that is despite being slammed from the left and the right. democrats and republicans both slamming him about playing golf yesterday, and that was just minutes after talking to the nation about the beheading of an american journalist, and john bolton joins us. good evening, sir. the optics matter and it's hard to pay a lot of attention to these issues if you're not around. >> i think that's an important point, but honestly, i wouldn'
. >> intelligence doesn't come wrapped in a package with a bow. >> reporter: chuck hagel says it u.s. expects isis to regroup and stage a new offensive. >> we are staging a long term strategy against isil. >> reporter: there's an open criminal investigation into foley's murder. >> people will be held accountable, one way or the other. >> reporter: isis demanded a ransom of $130 million in exchange for foley's release. >> we do not make concessions to terrorists. we do not pay ransom. >> reporter: the ceo of global post, the news organization he was working for never took seriously the isis demands for payment. >> we did everything we could, as did the family. >> reporter: one of the main sources of isis funding is ransom payments. >> in 2014 alone, isis got in the millions of dollars. >> reporter: today, ominous words from secretary hagel. he said isis is as well funded and sophisticated as anything ever seen and beyond a terrorist group. >>> missouri governor jay nixon is ordering the national guard to begin withdrawaling from ferg southern. nightly flare ups have begun to cool down. last night,
number of isis zealots. one killer from the west is heard in the moment before he cut it is throat of american journalist james foley. we are going to play only a short poergs of the video to hear his british accent. >> this is james wright foley, an american citizen of your country. >> nobody who does that has loyalty to any land or value beyond the islamist for which he has a ready hand in atrocity. the man is thought to be the ring leader, referred to as the beetles who guarded many foreign hostages. according to the guardian he nicknamed himself john after john lennon. that person said the three british islamists were abusive, frequently beating prisoners. the challenge to the united states, how to deal with the building threat. do we treat isis as a criminal enterprise and look for individuals like are j. edgar hoover went looking for communists or do we use secretary kerry's word and crush the motley crew of them. is this a man hunt or war? bobby gosh is here from quartz. thanks for joining us for your views about the people coming from places like london. i assume they are r
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around them? >>> the growing terror threat. and a new warning about the growing forces of i.s.i.s., the u.s. getting ready to act. and our brian ross has now details about that failed rescue raid. >>> second chance? tonight, is baseball ready to welcome back its old bad boy superstar? >> we all make mistakes. and i made a big mistake. >>> and new travel scams. the hotel phone call that could empty your bank account. >>> and a good evening to you on this thursday night. we begin with the stunning and wonderful return to life of two americans infected with the deadly ebola virus. tonight, declared cured. leaving the hospital in georgia. and these two pictures say it all. dr. kent brantly, high-fiving his medical team today. it was 20 days after this image. brantly getting out of the ambulance and walking into that hospital. he and the medical workers, sealed in protective suits. and we are tackling questions of recovery and contagion with our dr. richard besser. but first, abc's steve osunsami, who has been covering this story from day one, helps live the drama of this day. >> reporter: for
>> schieffer: tonight, the ransom the u.s. refused to pay. isis demanded a fortune for journalist james foley before murdering him. and we have new details on the failed rescue mission. reports from margaret brennan and bob orr. the governor pulls the national guard out of ferguson. vladimir duthiers rides along with the man in charge of security. mark strassman talks to the parents of the young man fatally shot by a white cop. >> reporter: what did you tell him about dealing with police officers? >> schieffer: chip reid on virginia's former governor and the political corruption trial turned soap opera. and vinita nair with the whale that's become an internet sensation. >> reporter: what's he doing with those kids? >> he's really playing with them. he's playing peekaboo. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> schieffer: good evening. scott's on assignment for "60 minutes." i'm bob schieffer. the government said today that the islamic terrorists who behead the american journalist james foley had demanded $132 million in ransom. the demands
>> schieffer: ton ransom the u.s. refused to p isis demanded a fortune for journalist james foley before murdering him. and we have new details on the8. failed rescue mission. reports from margaret brennan and bob orr. the governor pulls the national guard out of ferguson. vladimir duthiers ridesng ç< y ngsh m cop. >> you tell w pol officers? >> schieffer: chip reid on virginia's forme the politictrial an interne sensation.it thist'onignm behead the.#ed $132 the demands were made to his employer and his family over the u.s. policy, ofallow paying theew o threat posed by de the failed attempt to rescue foley. we have more on the story now from margaret brennan at the pentagon. >> reporter: the hostages including foley and three others, were thought to be at specirces cbzommandos d kied oea onÑo tracki hostages for months and was ransom requests fromsis. defense secret told rep issioned becast and ooll we leaders there might p rescue efforto
for his part says that isis can't be peaten until they are routed from syria, not just iraq, but syria. and chuck headachele took it a step further. >> they are beyond just a terrorist group. they mary ideology, a sophistication of of zoo teenic prowess. they are tremendously well funded. this is beyond anything that we have seen. so we must prepare for everything. and the only way you do that is take a cold hard look at it, and get ready. >> all right, let's remind everyone, the stated policy administration that they are insisting this remains ^t policy, there will be no combat troops on the drowned, american boots on the drowned, meanwhile, headachele adds that the air strikes have at least stalls the momentum of the state group in iraq. >> mike that remark came in response to a follow up by a pentagon reporter about comparing islamic state to pre9/11 al quaida, and it seems like he is sort of saying yes, they are as dangerous as pre9/11 al quaida, is the perception from the that hagel was going out on a limb, and perhaps speaking out of turn, or if they really believe this, doesn't
we need to worry about. isis. if you look at the tragic news in terms of the beheading of an american, this is part of their narrative. their narrative is to demonstrate we are vulnerable, we should be afraid, and they will continue to engage in this activity. i would advise no one to watch that video because in a way we are giving them the oxygen they look for, that they seek to be able to fulfill those objectives. that said, we cannot aid nor these particular issues. i hate to say it, but i think you will see more incidents along these lines. it is very reflective in recent history of what zarkarwi was doing. he was terrorist number one in iraq, and he actually crossed the line someone say by bombing a jordanian wedding where he killed a number of wedding go ers and family members. what you ended up seeing was basically a pushback that he crossed the line and was behind a lot of beheadings and gruesome video and ultimately did not resonate and sell in the way he was looking for. it did for small percentage, but not all. was basically sending notes to him suggesting that this is to b
near an isis compound in eastern syria, in the town of raka, an isis strong hold. chuck hagel said he regretted the mission failed giving this assessment of foley's captors. >> they marry ideology, a sophistication of strategic and tactical military prowess. they are tremendously well funded. this is beyond anything that we've seen. >> reporter: the american hostages were not at the compound when the special operations team arrived. they appeared to have been there days before. that's when the u.s. team after extracting information at the compound decided to look for the missing americans. they moved to a second compound where a fire fight ensued leaving several isis militants dead. one u.s. aviator suffered a non-life-threatening injury. >> this operation, by the way, was a flawless operation. but the hostages were not there. >> reporter: the marvged executioner was british. iraq's ambassador to the u.s. said he's one of 1,000 european ju hadists fighting with isis in iraq and syria. >> they are jihadists. others said before, this is a jihadist destination. >> reporter: european gove
leader for al quaida and the replacement for bin laden. he has specifically enjoined the leader of i.s.i.s. from doing the kinds of things he is doing because, from an al quaida point of view, it aliennates most muslims, and that's a serious defect in the strategy. >> woodruff: shadi hamid, is that the main difference? that this is an extreme group far more willing to take extreme actions? >> that's a key difference but it goes beyond that. they're not the terrorists mid to early 2,000s blowing things up and killing innocent civilians without any vision of how to build something. what's scary about i.s.i.s. is they have a governing program. they control and hold territory, provide social services, run local government, provide some modicum of law and order so they actually are able to obtain some local support in iraq and syria precisely for those reasons. so the viciousness along with governing. >> woodruff: steven simon, is that one of the reasons they have been able to retract the supporters -- attract the supporters, the young men who have come not only from the middle east, from that
to save an american hostage before he was executed by isis. >>> and tonight, a man held captive with james foley now speaks out. >>> the survivor of the american doctor we watched come home and enter the hospital who was once near death from ebola, today he walked out of quarantine. tonight we hear his story for the first time. >>> vanishing, an icon for the american west. the fears for its continued survival as a favorite vacation spot is disappearing before our very eyes. >>> and for love of the game, the team giving chicago's south side a big reason to cheer tonight. "nightly news" begins now. >>> from nbc news world headquarters in
the crisis in iraq. defense secretary chuck hagle says he expects militant group isis do regroup for new attacks. he said just a short timing a u.s. air strikes have helped iraqi forces regain their footing. the us launch adeflor receive strikes yesterday after the militant group isis released a video taped execution of captured american journalist james foley. officials here now admit the group had demanded a ransom for foley last year. his captors wanted more than $130 million. the u.s. of course has a long-standing policy against paying ransoms. a secret mission to rescue him failed last month. attorney general eric holder says the justice department is launching a criminal investigation into his death. >> after a night of relative calm my sorrow's governor is ordering the national guard to begin withdrawing from ferguson. since an officer shot and killed 18 year old michael brown almost two weeks ago the nights have brought continual protests and often violence. brown was not armed. but police say he attacked the officer. a grand jury is now determining if charges will be filed again
foley. the terror group isis e-mailed the family demanding a ransom of $132 million. this week isis released a tape that shows foley's execution. the u.s. and british government refused to pay ransom but several paid millions. one former hostage told "the guardian" that herecognizes the executioner and says the killer is the ring leader of british jihadists nicknamed the beatles because of the british accents. >>> today defense secretary defended a failed rescue operation to save james foley and other hostages. last month u.s. special operations forces in helicopters swarmed a compound in syria. they engaged in a fierce gun battle before they determined the hostages were not on site. hagual says the intelligence for such missions in his words doesn't come wrapped in a package with a bow. >>> before reporting in syria james foley was here in the district and had a journalism training program in a d.c. news room connected with northwestern university. chris gordon has more with how foley's death impacted the school. >> reporter: this is the medill news room. in 2007 james foley was a
has consolidated the iraq he and kurdish forces once held by isis forces. sector defense chuck hagel says represents a great threat to national security. as airstrikes continued today, chuck hagel insists the attack are working but says he and president obama are very clear poses.he threat isil >> we are pursuing the long-term poses a because isil long-term threat. >> and attorney general eric holder announced an investigation is being washed into the beheading of journalist james foley. >> we have long memories and our reach is wide. we will not forget what happened and people will be held accountable. one way or the other. >> critics claim the white house's reluctance has emboldened the islamic state terrorists who taunt the u.s. on social media. >> they actually take pictures of their atrocities and posted them online calling it a preview of what we can expect in america. >> forces are vowing another hostage will be next. today in florida, his mother remained guarded but said her son is alive. no one inside of the white house is commenting on whether a rescue attempt may be made.
right now are kidnapped in syria, including foreign and local journalists, many of whom are in isis custody. nation's has launched a massive relief effort aimed at reaching half a million people displaced by the advance of islamic state militants in northern iraq. >> the needs are absolutely massive right now. we've had 1.2 money people displaced in this country since january. hundreds of thousands of the last few weeks alone. so in the next 10 days, we will be bringing in some 2500 tons of aid, sending it out to those in need. they are in need because we see it every day. people are living in churches, mosques, by the side of the road in schools, in unfinished holdings. >> the family members of 12 people killed in the u.s. drone weddingn a getting -- party in yemen last are have received condolence payments totaling more than $19. documents provided by the group reprieve to "the washington post" show the payment ostensibly came on the yemeni government, but the high amount suggests u.s. government is providing reimbursement. the documents also reportedly show the identities of thos
time u.s. has revealed its troops have been fighting isis on the ground. barack obama urged a united effort against islamic extremism. >> the governments and peoples across the middle east, there has to be a common effort to extract this cancer so it does not spread. a clears to be rejection of these nihilistic ideologies. one thing we can all agree on is a group like isil has no place in the 21st century. murderer thought to be a british national, david cameron says there must not be a knee-jerk reaction, ruling out a ground operation. he says the u.k. will respond. >> it is time for what britain always shows in the circumstances, which is resolved. we have defeated terrorism, extremism, threats to our country before, and we will defeat them again if we show that resolved but also patients. muchrmany, after hesitation, is prepared to send weapons to help kurdish forces fight isis militants in northern iraq. >> two american it aid workers have beenith ebola discharged from hospital in the u.s. after recovering from the virus. they received an experimental drug called see map -- calle
on that? huge fines,ying multibillion-dollar fines, but we are still not seeing criminal prosecution. isi think that the problem is that a lot of the laws that were broken are in the gray and difficult to prove. thishappened, you have incestuous relationship between the government and wall street. people on wall street went to the public sector. they changed the rules and allowed these loopholes that people on wall street jump through. while there was certainly a lot of illegal action, a lot of it was more taking advantage of loopholes. it was in the grave. there were crimes committed, for sure, but very difficult to prove. so,government, rightfully has to pick their spots, and they don't want to fight losing cases. should some people go to jail? i'm sure. a lot of those cases are difficult to prove on a criminal level. the burden of proof on the civil case is much easier. you see bias towards bringing the civil cases with large fines, versus wasting resources on kernel cases. 22 months in prison for your actions. you have spoken about reform. i'm wondering if you could give us some thoug
weapon at at peaceful protester protesters. >> our other big story as isis steps up threats after the murder of an american. there are new concerns about possible attacks inside the united states. all of that ahead. our correspondents and guests are standing by with full coverage and we begin with cnn national correspondent jason carroll on the ground in ferguson. what are you learning, jason? >> well, brianna, you look out on the streets, you see few police, even fewer protests are. a big change from what we've seen out here the past several days. one thing that has not changed and remains in this community and that's how many people here feel about the police. >> the police. >> new video of a deadly face-off between police and a young african-american man in missouri just four miles away from ferguson. the officers say he had a knife and their lives were in danger. >> he got his gun out. oh [ bleep ]. oh [ bleep ]. oh [ bleep ]. oh [ bleep ] guns out. >> the video raising questions about the police response and whether deadly force was necessary. the st. louis police chief defen
and how terrible isis was, and that's fine. but he didn't offer any solutions, or what he plans to do, or ask any questions. six minutes later he's on the golf course. while he was on the golf course, the family of the foalies were foleys were doing a press conference and talking about what a great kid he was. at the same moment that he's grasping his putter, the foleys were -- >> did you expect him to wait? >> maybe cancel the afternoon round of golf. >> how about not golf today then again? he can't stop. >> the dana, the issue here, i don't know if it's fair, or unfair, you have the british papers and the papers here in new york. they're juxtaposing this incidence of terror with golf. he tees off as the parents grieve. is that unfair? does he deserve this? >> they could have seen this happening. remember, two nights ago, the night that we learn of the beheading, i sent a tweet that was part prediction, part advice, saying, i'm sure there will be no golf tomorrow. it wasn't because i don't care if he plays golf. but he does have a choice when he's on vacation. he could stay out of si
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with john clark at 6:00. >>> air heir strikes continue in iraq against the militant group isis, despite the group's process to kill another kidnapped american journalist if the bombing doesn't end. nbc 10 national correspondent, chris pollone, has details tonight on what the terrorist group wanted in addition to the end of the u.s. air strikes. >> reporter: journalist james foley's employer says his fate became apparent whip when strikes gap in iraq. the ceo says isis sent an angry e-mail to foley's family last week, promising to kill him. >> just a statement that they were going to execute. >> reporter: but not all isis wanted. captorses demanded a ransom of more than $130 million. the u.s. does not pay to win the release of its kidnapped steps but some european countries do. >> when they pay these ransoms are funding people taking others hostage and killing scores of people. >> reporter: isis threatened to kill another host am, "time" magazine journalist, steven sotloff, if u.s. air strikes don't stop. wednesday, the white house revealed special forces trying to rescue foley and other
. >> to the crisis in iraq right now. defense secretary chuck haag gel expects isis to regroup for a new attack. he's just wrapped up a news conference and says u.s. air strikes have helped iraqi forces regain their footing. the u.s. launched a flurry of strikes yesterday after the militant group isis released a video taped execution of captured american journalist james foley. officials here now admit the group had demanded a ransom for foley last year. his captors wanted more than $130 million. the us has a long standing policy against paying ra ransom. a secret mission to rescue him to failed last month. attorney general eric holder says the justice department is now launching a criminal investigation into his death. >> new controversy in ferguson missouri a police officer is caught on video threatening to kill protesters. we want to warn you some of the language is pretty rough. >> video shows st. louis lieutenant ray labors pointing semi-automatic assignment rival at some members of the media and peaceful protesters. it happened just before midnig midnight. the town has seen nightly violent pr
the reflation came after the islamic terrorist isis group killed foley and posted a video of the execution online. reporter: earlier this summer president obama authorize add special operations forces mission to rescue american hostages in sierra, including 40-year-old photo journalist james foley. but they came up empty. black hawk helicopters dropped commandos. no hostages were found. >> they know that we may make an attempt to go after hostages so they will better protect them. >> the obama administration revealed the mission a day after militants posted a video of foley's beheading. president obama promised justice for foley they launch strikes against isis targets in northern iraq. >> the united states of america will do what we must do to protect our people. we will be vigilant and relentless. >> there's growing concern in the intelligence community isis may attempt attacks in the u.s. >> over the long-term i worry this group could present a 9/11 style threat. >> mike morell says directly targeting the group's leadership maybe the best way to add
that isis terrorists demanded last year in e-mails to the parents of kidnapped journalist james foley nine months before they beheaded him in a video released this week. that ransom is much higher and that leads to speculation that isis never intended to release foley. one former hostage says he recognizes the executioner as the ring leader of a group of british jihadists who guarded foreign captives. those hostages nicknamed them the beatles. they hide in plain sight and hand crooks the key to your money. fairfax county police are trying to set down a new set of atm skimming suspects. news 4's pat collins is at one of the banks that has been hit with new video of the men who are behind the new scam. >> reporter: wait until you see these surveillance pictures. these guys are big and bold. they are out there doing their crooked little thing like the camera wasn't there. rare surveillance pictures of skimming suspects at atms trying to steal financial information so they can tap into your bank account. they make no attempt to hide their faces. they linger in front of the atms for a long time
that isis is as dangerous as al quaida was. and he said that ice sill is as funded and organized as any group beyond anything we have seen. we will have to look at the time frame of what we said, but again, the pentagon, at least chuck hagel putting an exclamation point on the military position right now, that ice osis does pose a significant threat to the united states interests and this comes, of course, as the quite appears to be in intensifying the air strikes on iraq, on islamic state positioning in northern iraq, and there's been some suggestion, of perhaps additional drowned forces that may go into baghdad to secure the city. so interesting news conference there, and again just to reiterate the united states has had more than 90 air strikes against positions and these air strikes are intensifying. in the wake of the beheading of american journalist. there are suspicions that in fact the islamic state is holding at least one other american hostage. now british prime minister is concerned over the growing number of british citizens that are traveling to iraq and syria to take part
to the american public, should the american public be steeled for another long, hard slog against isis? mr. secretary, in july, you pained them as an imminent threat, not even george bush when he was hyping the road to the war in iraq called saddam hussein an implement threat. he called it grave and gathering. general dempsey you talked about defeating isil over time. should the public be start getting prepared for another hard long slog like rumsfeld talked about fighting al qaeda in the fight to eliminate isil? >> as to the comment about implement threat, evidence is pretty clear when we look at what they did to mr. foley, what they threatened to do to all americans and europeans, what they are doing now, the -- i don't know any other way to describe it other than barbaric. they have no standard of decency of responsible human behavior. and i think the records are pretty clear on that. so yes, they are an imminent threat to every interest we have whether it's in iraq or anywhere else. >> you've heard me speak i think about the fact that we've gone from a narrow focus on al qaeda to the r
, hard slog against isis? in july, you painted them as an imminent read. not even george bush when he was hyping the war in iraq all the saddam hussein and imminent threat. he called him grave and gathering. you talk about defeating isil over time. should the public the prepared for another long, hard slog fighting al qaeda in the fight .o eliminate isil >> as far as the imminent threat, i think the evidence is pretty clear. when we look at what they did to mr. foley, what they have threatened to do to all whatcans and europeans, they are doing now, i don't know any other way to describe it other than barbaric. they have no standard of decency, of responsible human behavior stop i think the record is clear on that. imminent readat to every interest we have, whether it is in iraq or anywhere else. speak aboutheard me the fact that we've gone from a to thefocus on al qaeda recognition that in the aftermath of the arabs ring, i described a lack of government -- you have heard me talk about all of that will stop we have and inloosely connected some cases affiliated that run from afghanist
-hard slaught against isis? mr. secretary, not even george bush when he was hyping the war in iraq called saddam hussein an imminent threat, he called him a general gathering. over time, should the public start getting prepared for another long hard slaugt? >> well, i think the evidence is pretty clear. when you look at what they did to mr. foley, what they threaten to do to all americans and europeans. what they are doing now, i don't know any other way to describe it other than barbaric. they have no standard of decency, of responsible human behavior. and i think the record is pretty clear on that. so yes, they are an imminent threat to every interest we have, whether it's in iraq or anywhere else. >> you've heard me speak, i think, about the fact that we've gone from both a narrow focus in al qaeda to the recognition in the aftermath of the arab spring and the disenfranchised populations that have a lack of governments and failed states, declining nationalism, you heard me talk about all that. we actually have groups that now kind of are loosely connected, in some cases, affiliated, that run
be steeled for another long, hard slog against isis? mr. secretary in july you painted them as an imminent threat and not even george bush called saddam hussein an imminent threat. he called him grave and gathering. you talked about defeating isil over time. should the public start getting prepared for another long, hard slog like secretary rumsfeld talked about fighting al qaeda in the fight to eliminate isil? >> well, as to the comment about an imminent threat i think the evidence is pretty clear. when we look at what they did to mr. foley, what they threatened to do to all americans and europeans. what they are doing now, and i don't know any other way to describe it other than barbaric. they have no standard of decency, of responsible human behavior, and i think the records are pretty clear on that. so, yes, they are an imminent threat to every interest we have whether it's in iraq or anywhere else. you've heard me speak about the fact that we've gone from a narrow focus on al qaeda to the recognition that in the aftermath of the arab spring and the disenfranchised populations that i'v
of isis after beingky kidnapped two years ago. his murder was videotaped. officials say the terror group isis demanded $132 million from foley's family. this surge the u.s. unsuccessfully tried to rescue foley and other hostages. >>> two doctors have been discharged from an atlanta hospital. dr. kept brantly was leased today. nancy wright boll was leased tuesday. the two no longer have the virus in their blood and pose no health rings. at 4:45, you will hear from dr. braptly, who spoke about his recovery today. >>> now to the unrest in ferguson, missouri. "time" magazine today revealed this week's cover, the headline reading the tragedy in ferguson, the picture she is young man kneeling amount ground with his hands over his head. >>> another night of protests in ferguson last night, but far fewer arrest. this as a grand jury begins hearing evidence in the shooting death of 18-year-old michael brown. >> we demand that darren wilson, the officer involved in the shooting death of michael brown, be immediately fired from the ferguson police department instead of remaining on paid leave. >> a
isis demanded millions in ransom from the united states. >>> the beyonce and jay-z controversy. >>> please help us get backpacks and school supplies to local kids in need. call us t >>> for the second time in a week the "today" show is celebrating a new edition. carson daly and his fiance welcome baby rose into their life. a lot of girls. >> there are a lot of relationship trouble rumors out there but beyonce and jay-z won't find trouble over the trip to cuba. the couple celebrated their fifth wedding anniversary last year. after that came to light some members of congress questioned whether the visit violated the ban on visits to cuba. a new report says they did not violate sanctions and no formal investigation will be pursued. >>> it is almost as famous as his music. you can get an up close look at the huge hat for yourself. the west wood design buffalo hat he wore is now on display at the museum in downtown d.c. this hat gained enough notoriety to spawn its own twitter account. arby's bought the hat for almost $50,000 and donated the money to charity. it will be on display a
in response. all of this as we learn isis militants demanded $130 million before his murder. this is cnn's special live coverage. you do a lot of things great. but parallel parking isn't one of them. you're either too far from the curb. or too close to other cars... it's just a matter of time until you rip some guy's bumper off. so, here are your choices: take the bus. or get liberty mutual insurance. for drivers with accident forgiveness, liberty mutual won't raise your rates due to your first accident. see car insurance in a whole new light. call liberty mutual insurance. >>> you're watching cnn. i'm brooke baldwin. let's talk about this new cell phone video that has emerged. in this video, it shows two police officers shooting a young black man in st. louis. kajemi powell was killed tuesday a couple miles from ferguson. police say powell walked out of the convenience store, had energy drinks and doughnuts they say he didn't pay for. police say once outside, he came at them with a knife and in less than 20 seconds after they arrived on the scene, they opened fire. they killed him. so w
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